This location has multiple holiday properties
|Le Manoir At Les Trois Maries||Self Catering||Flexible||3||7||2||Other onsite properties available|
Le Manoir is available from Summer 2017.
Handsome, blue-shuttered Le Manoir has a long history - including serving as a German hospital in the war. All the rooms are large and light; furnishings are family antiques and country brocante finds, with squashy sofas for you to kick off your shoes and put your feet up; the big country kitchen has an open fire - grill your supper if you fancy.
In addition to the Lodge groups can take the manoir and use the garden chalets to accomodate groups of family of friends. the dining room sits 14 comfortably and the eat in kitchen is spacious.
Well equipped for large numbers at table. Large open fire in the kitchen to cook on as well as electric hob and oven.
Large drawing room with television, videos.
Three bedrooms: two en suite and one with a loo and basin - a water closet.
Two bathrooms: one with shower over bath the other with shower, downstairs cloak room.
All wood heating with a pellet stove in the entrance hall.
Nature, fresh air, museums, landing, beaches, golf, as you will.
7 acres of land surround the properties.
Parking available for mutliple cars within the gounds.
Bedrooms are all at first floor level but the stairs are gentle. Please enquire.
We fell in love with this house about 28 years ago and watched it fall into decay then miraculously it was ours and the unseen lodge; two for one! The lodge had been totally overgrown with ivy, submerged in blackberry and briar..
|Year property purchased||2010|
|Why this location?||We have lived in the area for over 28 years, it has become home.|
|Unique benefits of property||A spot with a history and rooms on both houses with wonderful aspects. Grounds mainly wild with a touch of formality. A great area for museums beaches on two coasts, the outdoors all around. Paris and much else accessible in a day.|
The Bayeux Tapestry is not to the missed, nor the Memorial Museum in Caen along with the Art gallery and Abbeys there. Falaise castle is well restored and wonderfully presented. The wild landing beaches and remains of Mulberry Harbour are unforgettable see also the American war cemetry and museums. Mort St Michel and Giverney are day trips.